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It’s that time of year when we take a moment to thank our mothers for everything they’ve done for us. (Thank you, Mom!) This is a day when Mom gets to put her feet up and be spoiled—and what better way to spoil her than with a comforting breakfast in bed? To help, we’ve put together some of our favorite special brunch recipes, including grain bowls, flatbreads, coffee cake, muffins, and more, that are sure to make this a Mother’s Day to remember.

Tex-Mex Polenta Bowls

Watch Mom savor every mouthful of this creamy polenta, topped with Tex-Mex flavorings such as beans, avocado, jalapeño, cilantro, and pico de gallo.

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Sweet Potato, Pear, and Blueberry Flatbreads

Fruit-topped, freshly baked flatbread, now that’s a winning start to the day. Note: This whole wheat dough is incredibly quick to make and is out of the oven in 30 minutes.

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Blueberry Oat Breakfast Muffins

Moist, delicious, and easy to throw together, these marvelous muffins are naturally sweetened, and can be gluten-free if you use certified gluten-free oat flour. Pro tip: Don’t have oat flour? Make your own by blending rolled oats in a food processor: 1¼ cups of oats yields 1 cup of flour.

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Crispy French Toast Cups with Bananas Foster Topping

These crispy vegan French toast cups, filled with a sweet, gooey banana-orange filling, are a delight to the taste buds. Garnish with your choice of chopped toasted pecans, fresh berries, fresh mint, and/or ground cinnamon.

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Berry-Banana Smoothie Bowls

Fresh and frozen fruit combines with spinach, nuts, and other goodies to create a bounty of texture and flavor in this vibrant smoothie bowl. 

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Potato Broccoli Mini Frittatas

These delectable veggie-laden mini frittatas get their eggy yumminess from chickpea flour and seasonings. Serve with fruit, whole grain toast, and a kiss.

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Roasted Vegetable Breakfast Hash

A tofu-mustard sauce adds scrumptious flavor to this colorful root vegetable hash, featuring potato, sweet potato, beet, parsnip, carrot, and Brussels sprouts.

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Tortilla Española with Potatoes and Red Peppers

For potato-loving moms, this rustic Spanish tortilla will be a real treat. Note: This recipe takes a bit over an hour—most of it baking time—so you might want to start Mom off with a cup of tea!

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Chocolate Lover's Quinoa Breakfast Bowls with Pears

The tried-and-true pairing of chocolate and pear once again knocks it out of the park in this simple quinoa breakfast bowl.

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Chickpea Omelet

Load up this vegan omelette with mushrooms, green onion, or any of Mom’s favorite veggies, and top with your choice of salsa or hot sauce.

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Yuca Coffee Cake with Walnuts and Orange Zest

Cake for breakfast? Yes, please! Fragrant with orange zest and cinnamon, and made with yuca flour (also known as cassava flour), this moist, single-tier cake is best served with a cup of hot or cold tea.

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Strawberry Rhubarb Oatmeal

Oatmeal never tasted so good: Creamy, slightly tart, and with sweet strawberry flavor, this is a great special occasion breakfast.

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Aimee B.1 week ago
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Kitty, I’m on a low sodium diet as well. I buy no salt added chickpeas at Whole Foods. But if you can’t find any, I assume the aquafaba (chickpea liquid) is being used as an egg replacer. Not sure which recipe you were looking at though, but if it’s for baking, you could try an alternative like a flax egg (1 tablespoon of ground flax seeds + 3 tablespoons of water) allow it to sit/gel or about 5-10 minutes. Hope that helps.

Kitty1 week ago
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You say to use the liquid from a can of chickpeas but that is so high in sodium! What can I use instead? I am on a low sodium diet.

Deirdre1 week ago
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Hi Kitty, I had no idea that aquafaba from ‘no salt added’ canned chickpeas was high in sodium? How does one assess the sodium levels in the liquid?

renardejesus sabine1 week ago
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Délicieuse attention à l’égard des personnes qui savent prendre soin par le repos de la santé du corps et de l’esprit, Cordialement, Sabine

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Lisa Esile, MS

Lisa Esile is an author, illustrator, blogger, vegetable gardener, and whole-food enthusiast with a special fondness for potatoes. She has a master’s degree in human nutrition and is passionate about showing people how to live happier, healthier lives. Lisa is the author of Reach your Big Calm and the co-author of Whose Mind Is It Anyway?.

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